Common misspellings for smart

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Definitions of smart

  1.   of or associated with people of fashion; " the smart set"
  2.   Smart money ( see below).
  3.   a kind of pain such as that caused by a wound or a burn or a sore
  4.   To experience an acute painful. Sensation.
  5.   Quick, stinging pain of body or mind.
  6.   Causing a smart: pricking: severe: sharp: vigorous: acute: witty: vivacious.
  7.   Pungent lively pain; a pricking pain, as from nettles; severe or pungent grief.
  8.   Causing a stinging, sharp sensation; as, a smart punishment; brisk; fresh: said of a breeze; clever; pertly witty; shrewd; fashionable; as, a smart gown.
  9.   Accomplishing, or able to accomplish, results quickly; active; sharp; clever.
  10.   To feel a smart or pain.
  11.   Sharp stinging pain.
  12.   To feel a pungent pain of mind; to feel sharp pain or grief; to suffer; to feel the sting of evil.
  13.   Causing a smart; pungent; pricking; as, a smart stroke or taste.
  14.   A fellow who affects smartness, briskness, and vivacity; a dandy.
  15.   Vigorous; sharp; severe.
  16.   To feel a lively, pungent local pain; - said of some part of the body as the seat of irritation; as, my finger smarts; these wounds smart.
  17.   To cause a smart in.
  18.   A quick, lively pain; keen grief.
  19.   showing mental alertness and calculation and resourcefulness
  20.   characterized by quickness and ease in learning; " some children are brighter in one subject than another"; " smart children talk earlier than the average"
  21.   Stinging; pungent.
  22.   marked by smartness in dress and manners; " a dapper young man"; " a jaunty red hat"
  23.   Quick, pungent, lively pain; a pricking local pain, as the pain from puncture by nettles.
  24.   Quick pungent pain, either of body or mind.
  25.   Marked by acuteness or shrewdness; quick in suggestion or reply; vivacious; witty; as, a smart reply; a smart saying.
  26.   Brisk; fresh; as, a smart breeze.
  27.   Efficient; vigorous; brilliant.
  28.   To feel a smart; to feel sharp pain; to endure punishment.
  29.   Smartly.
  30.   improperly forward or bold; " don't be fresh with me"; " impertinent of a child to lecture a grownup"; " an impudent boy given to insulting strangers"
  31.   To feel a stinging sensation; to cause a stinging sensation; to suffer keenly.
  32.   elegant and stylish; " chic elegance"; " a smart new dress"; " a suit of voguish cut"
  33.   Pretentious; showy; spruce; as, a smart gown.
  34.   A stinging sensation.
  35.   To feel a lively pungent pain; to experience a pricking pain, as from nettles; to experience pain of mind, as to smart under an injury; to bear the evil consequences of anything; to be punished.
  36.   be the source of pain
  37.   Keen; severe; poignant; as, smart pain.
  38.   Smartness.
  39.   Severe, pungent pain of mind; pungent grief; as, the smart of affliction.
  40.   Quick in thought or action; clever, witty.
  41.   sharp; vigorous; acute; brisk.
  42.   money ( see below).
  43.   Causing a sharp pain; pricking sharp; severe; brisk; active; acute and pertinent; witty; vivacious; spruce.
  44.   To feel a smart: to be punished.
  45.   Pungent; severe; keen; sharp; quick; acute; witty; lively; trim; dressed in a showy manner.

Antonyms for smart

dopey, insane, wooden-headed, lowbrow, scrubby, oldfangled, analphabetic, cloddish, scuzzy, run down, jerky, blowsy, Impercipient, grubby, cheesy, smirched, unattractive, unschooled, dowdy, solemn, grave, backward, thick, thick-witted, sincere, grungy, softheaded, naive, mild, bungling, nonsensical, slovenly, uncomic, fatheaded, relief, callow, dumb, unclean, raw, kooky, lunkheaded, harebrained, graceless, empty-headed, ill-advised, anserine, sloppy, dingy, witless, green, nonintellectual, dotty, cornpone, lunatic, fool, Duncical, yokel-like, cockeyed, silly, comfort, quaint, tasteless, somber, soft-witted, idealistic, simple, indelicate, lame, uninstructed, childlike, babyish, uneducated, inelegant, nasty, preposterous, half-witted, informal, sorry, insentient, thick-skulled, inexperienced, screwball, slobbish, dorky, vacuous, gooselike, sloven, release, cuckoo, tacky, Weak-minded, brainless, dog-eared, nonliterate, unrefined, unstylish, inadvisable, workaday, moronic, provincial, pinheaded, tatty, serious, dull, cornball, tatterdemalion, old-time, foul, exploitable, simpleminded, outmoded, trashy, ticky-tacky, dense, absurd, untutored, vintage, unkempt, dark, puerile, miserable, timeworn, asinine, rustic, daft, sloppily, seedy, everyday, filthy, unworldly, bonehead, boneheaded, beat up, Old World, indiscreet, ingenuous, opaque, messy, frowsy, injudicious, scruffy, corn-fed, oafish, ease, guileless, sober, dirty, untidy, thoughtless, juvenile, bubbleheaded, moth-eaten, unwise, gaumless, thickheaded, crazy, uninformed, unsmart, brain dead, dippy, unknowing, mangy, uncultured, unamusing, kiddish, unthinking, out, slobby, dumpy, Unhandsome, plaintive, unintelligent, wacky, awkward, parochial, old fashioned, doltish, unintellectual, bombed-out, soiled, unsophisticated, inept, birdbrained, dolorous, unfashionable, mussy, hackneyed, Chuckleheaded, lumpen, benighted, corny, wide-eyed, uncool, sappy, nutty, neglected, loony, earnest, obtuse, goosy, dim-witted, tumbledown, Imperceptive, wrinkled, disheveled, crackpot, artless, styleless, weak, featherheaded, infantile, childish, unbecoming, half-baked, dowdily, adolescent, gormless, unlearned, unread, undiplomatic, nitwitted, retrograde, soft, doleful, impractical, dilapidated, uncivilized, sleazy, foolish, down-at-the-heels, retro, uncritical, spotted, fatuous, brash, shabby, old school, slow-witted, stained, slow, airheaded, hackney, unfunny, goosey, Duncish, uncombed, lumpish, balmy, idiotic, mindless, Daffy, dim, ignorant, imbecile, mad, manual, imprudent, tomfool, woeful, clumsy, humorless, Mussed, casual, innocent, unperceptive, zany, dunderheaded, grimy, old-timey, tactless, sullied, philistine, antique, Thick-headed, senseless, rumpled, gullible, untaught, feebleminded, threadbare, blockheaded, jejune, tearful, alleviation, unlettered, ratty, lachrymose, lamebrain, illiterate, dopy, loggerheaded.

Quotes of smart

  1. Our Fly Smart philosophy is about investing only on those points of differentiation that pay for themselves, that earn a revenue premium commensurate with what it costs us to provide that product or service. – Gerard Arpey
  2. I think the American people are very smart in understanding our country is very trustworthy with nuclear weapons. We've had them from the beginning. But they have also been critical for keeping the world more at peace than it would have been if it hadn't been for the American nuclear umbrella. – Haley Barbour
  3. I'm not smart enough and I don't know enough about what's going on. – George Clooney
  4. I think Fast Company has a tremendously smart focus and execution. – James Daly
  5. Yeah, it's tough being smart and sexy, too. I have to say, I'm really not that attractive. Until I met my husband, I could not get a date. I promise you it's true. My husband Jeff Richmond saw a diamond in the rough and took me in. – Tina Fey
  6. I think we have to act like stars because it is expected of us. So we drive our big cars and live in our smart houses. – Maurice Gibb
  7. Audiences are always better pleased with a smart retort, some joke or epigram, than with any amount of reasoning. – Charlotte Perkins Gilman
  8. Critics are entitled to have an opinion, but how can they judge how comfortable a building is? No critic is smart enough to judge how a building will perform over time. – Helmut Jahn
  9. Smart businesses do not look at labor costs alone anymore. They do look at market access, transportation, telecommunications infrastructure and the education and skill level of the workforce, the development of capital and the regulatory market. – Janet Napolitano
  10. Ice T was just a pleasure to work with. He was a smart gentleman. – Judd Nelson
  11. The small businessman is smart he realizes there's no free lunch. On the other hand, he knows where to go to get a good inexpensive sandwich. – Adam Osborne
  12. If you're so smart let's see you get out of the Army. – Casey Stengel
  13. A manager's job is simple. For one hundred sixty -two games you try not to screw up all that smart stuff your organization did last December. – Earl Weaver
  14. I used to go around looking as frumpy as possible because it was inconceivable you could be attractive as well as be smart It wasn't until I started being myself, the way I like to turn out to meet people that I started to get any work. – Catherine Zeta-Jones

Usage examples for smart

  1. “ Mindjer, I wouldn' go so fer as to say bald haided folks is all smart – Molly Brown's Post-Graduate Days by Nell Speed
  2. Janet McFadden always says that I'm not very smart but that I've got lots of common sense. ” – The Rosie World by Parker Fillmore
  3. “ " Don't you try to be smart now. ” – Prison Memoirs of an Anarchist by Alexander Berkman
  4. And now I'm living in a house with a right smart library, and you will let me read them all. ” – Senator North by Gertrude Atherton
  5. But Amurrican girls are so smart they can about look anything they have a mind to. ” – Senator North by Gertrude Atherton
  6. And to be " smart Jenny thought was to be happy. ” – Harvest by Mrs. Humphry Ward
  7. You needn't think you're so smart I haven't seen it. ” – The Dude Wrangler by Caroline Lockhart
  8. You're a smart girl, Queenie! ” – In the Mayor's Parlour by J. S. (Joseph Smith) Fletcher
  9. Pretty smart I hope. ” – The Depot Master by Joseph C. Lincoln
  10. “ " Well, he's made a smart one, ha'n't he? ” – Hills of the Shatemuc by Susan Warner
  11. “ " Or a smart woman," I thought. ” – That Affair Next Door by Anna Katharine Green
  12. He seems as sharp or " smart as can be, and has already arranged for the first three days of my journey. ” – Unbeaten-Tracks-in-Japan by Bird, Isabella L. (Isabella Lucy)
  13. “ " Bill is smart enough," said Patty, thoughtfully. ” – Patty Blossom by Carolyn Wells
  14. And Smart Frank Smart – The Major by Ralph Connor
  15. Not I, Arturo; you were only practising; and it was very smart – A Double Knot by George Manville Fenn
  16. “ I'd dress up smart and take her out, and get her the very best husband I could. ” – The Rebel of the School by Mrs. L. T. Meade
  17. And he's awful smart too. ” – Jane Journeys On by Ruth Comfort Mitchell
  18. “ A pretty smart dog! ” – Bobby of Cloverfield Farm by Helen Fuller Orton
  19. Be smart about it, my lads, though. ” – The Three Commanders by W.H.G. Kingston
  20. If we sent a real smart man to Washington he might get us made a State. ” – Red Men and White by Owen Wister

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